Today the Education Policy Institute (EPI) released their latest report on their review of Mental Health provision for Children and Young People1 . The report showed a poor performance across the whole of England, mainly due to a “postcode lottery” of funding and service provision.
Our West Midlands Regional Spring Conference will be taking place on Saturday April 8th, at Linden House in Wolverhampton.
You can book now online or print off & complete the registration form and send back to the conference office.
This promises to be yet another packed day full of interesting discussions, top speakers, first class training, active campaigning & of course cake!
View the following leaflet for more information, and the map for a detailed directions to the venue using public transport.
A multi-million pound state-of-the-art training centre in inner city Ladywood has been moth-balled while Birmingham’s Labour council has its eye “off the ball,” Liberal Democrats have revealed.
Rugby Liberal Democrats invite you to 'An Evening with the Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP', Chair of the West Midlands Combined Authority on Mental Health.
The event is taking place on Thursday 17 November 2016 at Arnold House, Elsee Road, Rugby, CV21 3BA at 7:00pm for 7:30pm. Tickets are priced £25 and include a three-course meal.
We are delighted to invite you to join our INtogether Referendum Discussion with Baroness Sharon Bowles of Berkhamsted on Monday May 16th 2016.
An event in Hereford on Friday 8th April raised extra funding towards the Liberal Democrat European Referendum Campaign.
With local elections being held in May 2016, Newcastle-under-Lyme has 'volunteered' to host The West Midlands Spring Conference.
Vince Cable and Tessa Munt have both confirmed their availability and we are thrilled that we have been able to attract again two exceptional speakers.